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Stephen Hise Stephen Hise's blog:

Flash Fiction Writing Prompt: Doorway

Ruins Lake Valley Historical Site Feb 2017 ff prompt Cright KS BrooksImage copyright K.S. Brooks. Do not use without attribution.

Use the photograph above as the inspiration for your flash fiction story. Write whatever comes to mind (no sexual, political, or religious stories, jokes, or commentary, please) and after you PROOFREAD it, submit it as your entry in the com

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Published on September 18, 2021 11:57
Mano Singham Mano Singham's blog:

Another massacre of civilians by US drones

The US military has admitted that the drone strike that it carried out that they initially claimed killed a major ISIS operative in fact killed ten innocent civilians including seven children. In a briefing on Friday, the commander of US Central Command, Gen Kenneth McKenzie, said he now believes it Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 06:44
Noah Baird Noah Baird's blog:

Don’t Read This Buhlog

I still don’t want to write a buhlog.

My book isn’t selling well. Let me rephrase that: My book isn’t selling. I’ve been trying everything I can think of to generate some publicity. Some how start a ground swell that will eventually form a surfable wave. Right now, a ripple would be nice. I don’t und

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Published on September 07, 2011 16:39
Majeed Ahmad Majeed Ahmad's blog:

The Story of the Smartphone

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Published on February 22, 2012 17:18
Vicki   Griffin Vicki Griffin's blog:

Aussie Christmas.

T’was the night before Christmas and throughout the bush the animals awoke to a noisy whoosh.

A reindeer had landed in the Eucalypt tree as Santa’s sleigh flew away over the trees.

Kangaroo and wombat looked up at the tree.

‘What are you doing there?’ The kangaroo asked while he danced around in glee.

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Published on September 19, 2021 01:00
Douglas Evans Douglas Evans's blog:

The Substitute of Last Resort

Visit the Substitute of Last Resort page

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Class out of control? Will no regular substitute dare enter the fourth-grade classroom? It's time to press the red button under the office clock to summon Miss Subway, the substitute of last resort. This sub has the right gadgets in her canvas b

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Published on September 18, 2021 07:45
Jonathan Moeller Jonathan Moeller's blog:

An important Christmas recommendation

I am pleased to report that CLOAK OF BLADES is now available in both paperback and hardcover. You can now get it in ebook, audiobook, trade paperback, and hardcover.

In that vein, I have a recommendation about the Christmas holidays. Sometimes people like to buy my books in paperback as Christmas pre

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Published on September 18, 2021 08:34
Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox's blog:

FREEDOM?

Freedom? Gouache on paper 56 x 76 cm 2021


'End' of US war in Afghanistan August 2021As US and allied forces left Afghanistan, the Taliban swiftly took over the country's leadership. A short window of time in August saw thousands of people fleeing or attempting to flee Afghanistan. Kabul airport b Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 17:05
B.T. Newberg B.T. Newberg's blog:

THE NEW AMERICAN RELIGIONS OF NATURE: Part 1 – DOING ECO-THEOLOGY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE,  by Wayne Martin Mellinger, Ph.D. [The Dionysian Naturalist]

INTRODUCTION

Nature Religions, by which I mean those religions which hold nature as sacred, are thriving across the North American continent, growing at such a rate that there are now more Pagans in the US than Presbyterians. These Nature Religions come in many diverse forms, including multiple forms

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Published on September 18, 2021 07:43
David Healey David Healey's blog:

This is the online home of David Healey, author of thrill...

This is the online home of David Healey, author of thrilling historical fiction and regional histories. Over the years, quite a lot has been added to the site, so this page will help you get started with navigating HealeyInk. Please … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2021 11:41
Manolis Manolis's blog:

George Seferis-Collected Poems

GEORGE SEFERIS-COLLECTED POEMS ΘΕΡΙΝΟ ΗΛΙΟΣΤΑΣΙ//SUMMER SOLSTICE VII Η λεύκα στο μιρκό περβόλι η ανάσα να μετρά τις ώρες σου μέρα και νύχτα, κλεψύδρα που γεμίζει ο ουρανός. Στη δύναμη του φεγγαριού τα φ΄θλλα της σέρνουν μαύρα πατήματα στον άσπρο τοίχο. Στο σύνορο είναι λιγοστά τα πεύκα έπειτα μάρμαρ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 16:19
Shereen Rayle Shereen Rayle's blog:

The True Cost of a Road Trip

Later this month, Eric and I will be heading south on a road trip to Las Vegas by way of Reno and back. I'll be posting along the way of our stops and food and such. While I have a lot of experience road tripping, I know others do not and aren't always prepared for the costs if they don't plan ahead

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Published on September 18, 2021 06:00
Walt F.J. Goodridge Walt F.J. Goodridge's blog:

Poem: Season 2021

Photo Credit: Mahnoor Shams

The light beam with brilliance:

There I touch your amber petals,

“Beautiful as can be!”

Empress Journee

 

 

The post Poem: Season 2021 appeared first on Jamaicans.com.

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Published on September 18, 2021 05:55
Tracy St. John Tracy St. John's blog:

Thank You, Readers

 

Once again, you readers have been a light shining in what has too often been a dark time. Iliana is my most pre-ordered book thus far, and the reviews have been amazing. Thank you so much.

I readily admit I'm not the most engaged author when it comes to her readers. Like many of you, I've found

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Published on September 18, 2021 21:00
Kinzie Balfour Kinzie Balfour's blog:

It all hinges on hinges

I began transforming our converted attic / game room into a medieval lair at the suggestion of my oldest son. Little did I know how fun or how challenging it would be. Of course part of the challenge is being thrifty, as in not spending any money on the decor. Medieval design uses a lot of iron work

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Published on October 11, 2013 08:25
Louise Mailloux Louise Mailloux's blog:

L’envahissement de l’islam politique n’est pas une psychose

Dans l’article de Nicolas Bérubé « Comment le 11-Septembre a changé le Québec », paru dans La Presse le 7 septembre, le journaliste invite Michel Seymour à exposer son point de vue sur cette question. 

Seymour dira que depuis les attaques terroristes du 11-Septembre, « il y a eu une montée internatio

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Published on September 18, 2021 06:00
Robert R. McCammon Robert R. McCammon's blog:

First four ebooks available again

Open Road Media has republished the first four Robert McCammon books in ebook formats in the U.S. and Canada.


They Thirst (1981)
Kindle | NOOK | Kobo | iTunes
Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU
The Night Boat (1980)
Kindle | NOOK | Kobo | iTunes
Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon AU
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Published on September 18, 2021 18:04
Brent Weeks Brent Weeks's blog:

September 18: WAY OF SHADOWS is a Kindle Daily Deal

Friends in the US: Amazon is offering THE WAY OF SHADOWS as a Kindle Daily Deal for $2.99. A steal at twice the price! (This is also Brent’s affiliate link.)

This smokin’ hot deal won’t last long–open up that Amazon app and buy a copy! Your brain will thank you.

The Way of Shadows cover

Reasons to buy a(nother) copy of Night

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Published on September 18, 2021 06:01
Liz Flaherty Liz Flaherty's blog:

Christine's Coat


It was wool, its color dimmed and lost in time. It had mud on it, the kind a three-year-old gets when she plays outside on December days when the weather warms up. It was folded away in a dress box tied closed with...something. I don't know what the binding was, just that what was in the box was Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 04:37
Katrina D. Miller Katrina D. Miller's blog:

RT MurrayWatt: Yesterday Hanson refused to answer questions about plane donation. Now demands ABC $ cut, to silenc… https://t.co/0Wr5NeIY8k


RT MurrayWatt: Yesterday Hanson refused to answer questions about plane donation. Now demands ABC $ cut, to silenc… https://t.co/0Wr5NeIY8k

— HRFMIPLaw (@HRFMIPLaw) May 31, 2017

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Published on May 31, 2017 01:45
Jenny  Lawson Jenny Lawson's blog:

Such a wonderful sort of haunting.

So a few minutes ago I was doing a Fantastic Strangelings Book Club zoom with Virginia Feito while we discussed serial killers, true crime documentaries and I vomited all of my ridiculous Mrs. March theories on her and it was so much fun but then this thing happened that I have to write down because Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 14:35
John Walters John Walters's blog:

What I Would Do in a Perfect World

I’m talking here about a subjectively perfect world, not a world in which there is no more war, crime, poverty, and so on. I’m talking about what I would do if I could do whatever I wanted, unencumbered by the need to spend most of my time in survival mode, struggling to earn enough money to pay for

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Published on September 18, 2021 09:06
Eduardo Spohr Eduardo Spohr's blog:

Bate-papo de sessão de autógrafos de "Santo Guerreiro: Roma Invicta" em Campinas (SP) | 08 outubro de 2021

Saudações, galera.

Finalmente (nem acredito) faremos o lançamento presencial do livro “Santo Guerreiro: Roma Invicta”, com bate-papo seguido de sessão de autógrafos. O evento acontecerá no dia 8 de OUTUBRO (sexta-feira), às 19h30, na Livraria Leitura do Parque Dom Pedro, em Campinas (SP).

Confir

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Published on September 18, 2021 15:25
Steven A. Roman Steven A. Roman's blog:

Happy International Talk Like a Pirate Day 2021!

Avast, ye curs, whether you’re a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise, or classic films like Captain Blood, The Crimson Pirate, and The Sea Hawk, it’s time again to celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day—with StarWarp Concepts’ own pirate-fantasy comic for you to enjoy!

The Chr

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Published on September 18, 2021 20:04
Lee McAulay Lee McAulay's blog:

Extraverts and Introverts and Crazy Artists (Revisited)

Extravert or introvert and does it really matter?
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Published on September 18, 2021 16:00
Andrew Anthony Andrew Anthony's blog:

To mask or not to mask? Opinion split on London underground

Commuters explain their reasons for not covering up

Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage

The “do as I say, not as I do” approach to political messaging was again displayed last week when Boris Johnson urged people to wear masks in enclosed spaces, shortly after leading a cabine

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Published on September 19, 2021 00:45
Regina Glei Regina Glei's blog:

Cape Gorota and Heat

They predicted a change in weather for Saturday evening and I wanted to make use of the fine weather in the morning and took the bicycle again to Cape Gorota for a “revenge”, since I didn’t manage to climb it the first time due to rain. That worked out fine and this time I managed to get on top of t

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Published on September 19, 2021 00:49
Александр Александрович Розов Александр Александрович Розов's blog:

Пиррова чума-3. Золотая карета глобальной экономики предсказуемо превратилась в тыкву.

(Предыдущие главы сериала "Пиррова чума" см. по ссылкам внизу*, а тут напомню начало сериала, 13 апреля 2021). "Климатическая победа" Парижского соглашения УЖЕ была пирровой для элиты. Спад реальной продуктивности и перепроизводство цифровых финансовых пузырей стремительно превращали экономику в пас Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 15:27
Chris Dillow Chris Dillow's blog:

Cancel culture, & the death of classical liberalism

Most of us by now are bored with rightists complaining about cancel culture. But we shouldn���t be, because they show that the left has won an important battle about the meaning of liberty.


What I mean is that such complaints show that the right has abandoned a classical liberal conception of the ter

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Published on September 18, 2021 05:20
Avery Aames Avery Aames's blog:

Sunday Brunch: Recipes from Past Generations + 5 Book #Giveaway

PEG COCHRAN:  Welcome to Mystery Lovers Kitchen’s Sunday Brunch.  Pull up a chair and help yourself to a cup oftea or coffee and some coffee cake, a scone or a blueberry muffin.  Do you have treasured recipes that have been handed downfrom past generations?  My Italiangrandmother was known for her d Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 21:30
Lisa Morton Lisa Morton's blog:

WITCH HUNTS banned from Facebook

And now a few words from my co-author on Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times:

Adventures in Censorship
A blog post by Rocky Wood, 29 May 2013


On Tuesday US time Facebook notified Lisa Morton, Greg Chapman and myself that the Facebook page for our graphic novel, 'Witch Hunts: A Graphic H Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 29, 2013 00:00
April Pohren April Pohren's blog:

American Economic Affiliation

Business CycleThe enterprise cycle shouldn’t be confused with market cycles, which are measured using broad inventory market indices. When economic development picked up speed in 2004, the sooner monetary stimulus was arguably not crucial to prevent a return to recession. During a recession, unemployment rises, p

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Published on September 18, 2021 10:52
Pedro Brieger Pedro Brieger's blog:

Expect China’s Coast Guard to Conduct Counter-Drug Patrols Off Latin America – Por Daniel J. Kostecka

Los conceptos vertidos en esta sección no reflejan necesariamente la línea editorial de Nodal. Consideramos importante que se conozcan porque contribuyen a tener una visión integral de la región. Por Daniel J. Kostecka* The China Coast Guard (CCG) is growing in capability, capacity, and confidence.

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Published on September 18, 2021 22:48
Mark  Stevens Mark Stevens's blog:

David Gessner, “Quiet Desperation, Savage Delight”

This review was originally published by the Four Corners Free Press. If you went to Fenceline Cider (Mancos, Colorado) n late June to hear David Gessner talk about his new book from Torrey House Press, Quiet Desperation, Savage Delight, you … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 07:09
Celina Pavan Celina Pavan's blog:

Is There a Purpose to Suffering? Part 3

      Last week we were exploring the idea of karma as the root cause of our suffering.  In some cases, we can say that our thoughts or actions are directly related to our suffering, as when we treat others cruelly and suffer loneliness, or when we speed through a school zone and get upset when a po

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Published on September 18, 2021 11:14
Judy Alter Judy Alter's blog:

Family fun, work and play

 

The Frisco Alters at Santa Monice Pier.
A mixed bag today. The Frisco Alters are in LA, settling Eden into her first year at UCLA. All pictures indicate they are having a wonderful time visiting Santa Monica Pier, Catalina Island, Hollywood studios, etc. This will be the first empty-nest year for Ja

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Published on September 18, 2021 19:47
Angela Addams Angela Addams's blog:

Exciting News!!

 


My Novellas Cursed and Wolf Slayer are now available on KISS!
 To celebrate, I'm running a contest for a 1 in 4 chance to win 20 coins to be used on the KISS app!


Enter HERE


KISS is a new and exciting way to experience Romance stories of all genres. Enjoy serialized quality content from NYT an

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Published on September 18, 2021 08:55
Peter D. Schiff Peter D. Schiff's blog:

Gold and Silver Both Drain from Comex Inventory

This analysis focuses on gold and silver within the Comex/CME futures exchange. See the article What is the Comex? for more detail. The charts and tables below specifically analyze the physical stock data at the Comex to show the physical movement of metal into and out of Comex vaults. Registered =

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Published on September 18, 2021 15:02
David Pilling David Pilling's blog:

Old alliances

Picture On 18 September 1297, at Ghent in Flanders, Edward I issued a privy seal warrant for the council in London to release payments to two of his allies, Adolf of Nassau and the Duke of Brabant. This was to be done as speedily as possible, lest the king's honour and the 'business' of the war – et nost Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 06:28
Marc Tyler Nobleman Marc Tyler Nobleman's blog:

“I knew Bill Finger at Army Pictorial Center, here are some stories”

Six years ago today, DC Comics announced that Bill Finger would begin receiving official credit on Batman stories. 
In 2006, you had never heard of Bill Finger and I had just begun researching him. I asked the military for help.
Bill’s friend Charles Sinclair had told me that Bill was a freelance writ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 18, 2021 04:00
James M. Corrigan James M. Corrigan's blog:

What is Emptiness And How Does It Relate to Great Responsiveness Meditation?

The Unique Character Of The Inner Spontaneous Sounds Used Within The Great Responsive Meditation

Continue reading on Tranquillity’s Secret »

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Published on September 18, 2021 12:07
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